Global Response to COVID-19: a comparative law and economics study
by Oreste Pollicino (Bocconi), Luisa Scarcella (University of Graz), Aleksandar Stojanović (Bocconi)
The project involves a collaboration between over 150 law and economics scholars from over 60 jurisdictions across the world to help shed light on the procedural, substantive and distributive dimensions of the regulatory responses to the pandemic, as they begin to affect the post-COVID19 world. The project maps diverse levels of participation of constituencies in decision making, forms of exercising power and surveillance and distributions of relief measures across different social groups and industrial sectors. The project is supported by International University College of Turin, Institute for New Economic Thinking and Association for Promotion of Political Economy and Law.